Tag Archives: Interview

History, Justice, and the Constitution: Eric Adams

“One of the essentially hopeful ideas that resides at the heart of any legal order is that the law is aspirational. This necessarily involves critical reflection on the past as a way of trying to guide the future.”

Spaces of intervention: Reuben Rose-Redwood

“As scholars,” Reuben explained, “our work is embedded in various social and political contexts, so the question then becomes how do we […] seek to intervene within those relations of power.”

The value of research in activism: Kathy Shimizu

“We want to have a presence and try and help find a way that people who live there […] not be displaced and pushed out. And how do you do that?”